UX Research Coordinator - Contract

Punchcut is looking for a UX Research Coordinator to remotely join our team on a 60-90 day contract. You should have a strong understanding of user-centered design and be comfortable working independently and collaboratively. You’re familiar with qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. You’ve created screeners, recruited participants, observed sessions, and synthesized results. You’re also comfortable working with diverse project teams in a fast-paced, distributed environment.


  • Find, analyze and summarize existing research (market trends, technology/analyst reports, academic papers, etc.)
  • Recruit and schedule participants for research studies
  • Observe and take notes during research sessions (remote contextual interviews, usability, etc.) led by our Design Researchers
  • Participate in data collection; synthesis and analysis of findings
  • Collaborate with our UX research team to generate user insights and opportunities


  • Undergraduate degree in Human-Computer-Interaction, Human Factors, Computer Science, Design, Psychology, Anthropology and/or equivalent field of study
  • 1-2 years of UX research experience
  • Experience conducting qualitative and quantitative research using various and appropriate user-centered design methods.
  • A portfolio of work that shows experience and knowledge in the field of UX research
  • A strong degree of empathy
  • Excellent communication and organization skills
  • Ability to produce great work in short timeframes and manage time efficiently

Bonus Points for:

  • Interaction or Visual design

Why Punchcut?

Punchcut is a human interface design and innovation company headquartered in San Francisco. For eighteen years, we’ve worked with the world’s top companies to envision, design and launch connected products and services that engage customers and transform businesses.

We also love the diversity, challenge and satisfaction that come from our projects. Whether envisioning the next autonomous vehicle or working closely with engineers on next year’s hottest wearable, Punchcut designs the future.


San Francisco, remote